dream soul wrote::hiya: i can play piano, keyboard and recorded, but i don't play often. i also play the harp, i have a small (lap) harp, and i recently bought a full size one. love them!!! i've been playing harp for about ... 9 or 10 years now, i think. i got a violin last year, and i've yet to learn how to play it, but am trying to figure it out. would also love a wooden whistle, but can't find any i like. any ideas??? thanks much!
ancientharp wrote:I've been playing the harp for about 3.5 years now. Before that I used to play the flute, but I haven't in a few years because my husbands' ears are overly sensitive to sharp sounds... I twiddle around on the recorder, but nothing has held my interest the way the harp has (:
ForestB wrote:I am learning the bagpipes. I started on the practice chanter exactly a year ago and on the full Highland pipes about two months ago. I really wanted to get a set of Welsh pipes but I saw no way to learn on those so will wait until comfortable with the ones I have first.
Nine Hazelnuts wrote:Welcome, Ancientharp.
There are a number of harpers in OBOD, as you'll soon discover. I play early Irish wire strung harp. When you have a moment, take a look at the Harpers: Share your music and lore board under the Music Forum. Some of us on that list have actually met one another.
Here's a photo of my harp. It's a Kortier Trinity College replica in black willow and cherry. The sound is absolutely lush and gorgeous.
What kind do you play?
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